Wait, you’re the boss. How is this even possible? After the tears and tantrums it turns out that you didn’t have the correct documents in place and the co-founder you took on has just given you the boot. And she was such a close friend…
Ever wonder when it’s time to lawyer up for your small business? Don’t wanna wait until something awful happens to your business for you to pay attention?
Wait no more. The Founding Moms Community’s course #18 is out and it covers exactly the concerns you never knew you even had.
Lawyer Up? speaks to the unknowing non-attorney inside us all. Don’t know where to begin? A small business lawyer usually does. Considering creating a contract but not sure what it should say? A small business lawyer knows that, too. Wanna know what IP stands for? Need to know the best time to send out a contract? Hoping to nail down a founders’ agreement but can’t figure out what to put in it? Well, well. It’s your lucky day. Learn all about how and why and where and what should happen in your small business when it comes to the legal eagle stuff.
Our course expert, Tricia Meyer, is the entrepreneur’s small business lawyer. With over a decade of experience negotiating technology contracts and dealing with various corporate, commercial, employment and intellectual property matters, she gained her experience at fancy places like Discover and HSBC before she realized that her calling was in entrepreneurship. Why? She’s an entrepreneur herself — with 5 kids and 2 offices, one in Chicago and one in Denver — she’s a connector who is passionate about helping other entrepreneurs by leveraging her network to help folks just starting out.
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